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LESSONS WE OFFER

We know music. All our instructors can read and write music, and can teach Music Theory. But that does not get them the job What gets them the job is how well they connect with the student.

Vocals

Without it we wouldn't be able to sing along to our favorite songs. Learn how to train your voice to sound better.

Guitar

You wouldn't believe how many of the same guitar chords are used in popular songs. Learn what those chords are.

Bass

The heart of the song. Just take it from Meghan Trainor, "It's all about that bass". 

Woodwind Instruments

Not all woodwinds are made out of wood. Once you feel the vibration of reeds in the mouthpiece you won't want to stop!

Piano

Pssst, want to hear an easy trick to read piano sheet music? Sign up for the free trial class and ask us about the trick.

Drums

Quick fact, the drums are actually one of the worlds oldest instruments, want to learn how to play it?

Violin

Coming in many different sizes, violins are an instrument for anyone to learn, with kids as young as 18 months old playing violins.

Brass Instruments

If you stretched the tubing of a trombone, it would reach nine feet. Learn more crazy instrument facts at The Music Store.

HOW IT WORKS

When you sign up, YOU pick your instructor. We have a 4 week trial period where the student goes through 4 different instructors before picking the one they want to work with.

Read about why
WHY YOU SHOULD PLAY AN INSTRUMENT
Increases Memory Skills

Learning an instrument teaches a child how to create, store and retrieve memories more effectively.

Teaches Perseverance and Creates a Sense of Achievement

Learning to play an instrument takes a lot of time, patience and practice. During music lessons and music therapy, a teacher or therapist will set short term and long term goals. As the child reaches their goals, they will feel a sense of achievement and pride.

Improves Coordination
Playing an instrument requires the brain to work at advanced speeds. Reading music is converted in the brain to the physical motion of playing the instrument. Those who play instruments have improved hand eye coordination over those who do not.
Improves Math Skills
Playing an instrument may seem like a creative act, but there are many parallels to math. Music and math are highly intertwined. By understanding beat, rhythm and scales, children are learning how to divide, create fractions and recognize patterns.
Improves Reading and Comprehension Skills
Learning and playing music requires constant reading and understanding. Children and teens need to identify a note on the page and recognize which note (pitch) to play on their instrument, how long to hold it, what finger to use and how loudly to play it.
Creates Responsibility

Most instruments require some kind of maintenance or upkeep. This can be anything from oiling to tuning to cleaning. Encouraging children to stay on top of regular instrument maintenance creates a level of responsibility for them. When they are responsible for something they are more likely to take care of it themselves without a parent having to remind them.

Exposes the Student to Culture and History

Music theory has a deep history and can be taught as part of musical instruction. Music is most often a reflection of the culture and era it was composed in. Exposing a child to multiple types of musical genres (ex. classical, contemporary, rock, jazz, blues, folk or medieval) will allow them to have a glimpse into the past. Understanding the origins of music, can give children a deeper understanding of what they are playing and they may become more attached to it.

Nurtures Self-Expressions

Children learning to play an instrument are able to find themselves creatively. In fact, one of the amazing benefits of music therapy is the ability for children to express themselves.

Improves Listening Skills

Playing an instrument requires children listen carefully to an array of different things. They not only need to listen to instructions from their teacher or music therapist, they need to listen for rhythm, pitch and speed. This concentration will improve their skills in music and in life.

Improves Social Skills
Depending on what the music therapist decides, music therapy can be done either bedside or in group settings. When engaged in a group setting, this requires children and teens to work together to collaborate on a specific sound or song. Interacting with other kids will give them an opportunity to make friends.

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ABOUT OUR INSTRUCTORS

becki pishko

Voice, Piano & Guitar

Barry James

Drums

Jason Rosner

Bass & Guitar

George Pjevach

Voice & Guitar

David Vessels

Flute, Clarinet, & Saxophone

PRICING

Trial Class

Not sure what instrument you want to play, or if you even want to practice music? Come to take a trial class today to test the waters.

$0

4 Lessons

Ready to move to the next step? Sign up for four music lessons today, it's the best investment you'll ever make.

$120

56 Lessons - 5 Free Months!

Our best deal. Ready to experience the full range of the benefits of playing a musical instrument. Sign up today for a one-time charge so that you can focus on your new craft.

$1500

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I was playing a song on the guitar on the first day,'I've got blisters on my fingers!'

The Music Store has a really cool vibe inside, I'll come by and hang out even when I'm not taking music lessons. The instructors are very knowledgeable, and they push me to become a better musician everyday. 

Allan Barber, Guitar Student

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